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Adult Classes

Each class is unique and small in size. Students can focus on growing as an artist with lots of personal attention from experienced instructors, while being part of a larger clay community. Our studio is well equipped with electric wheels, slab rollers, extruders, electric & gas kilns and a common glaze area.

Class size is limited so register early! If a class is full, call 914-937-2047 x 223 or email us to be put on a waiting list.

Winter registration opens online December 1 for Members and December 8 for Non-members
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Register by January 6 and save $25 off the listing price!

Sneak Peek of the Winter Brochure

One - Time Classes
Just starting out? We have the perfect clay class for you

*Must register at least two days in advance

Where to Start
Just starting out? We have the perfect clay class for you!
1/2 Semester Classes
Just starting out? We have the perfect clay class for you!
  • Introduction to Clay: Ron Geibel
  • Wheel Throwing 101: Ron Geibel
  • Beginners & Beyond: Matthew Smith
  • Wheel: Beginning & Beyond: Wed/AM Georgia Tenore or Wed/PM Jeanne Carreau

FALL SESSION 2 ENROLLMENT CLOSED
Early Winter registration opens online December 1 for Members and December 8 for Non-members.
Mark you calendars and don't miss out!

The Next Step
Students who have taken introductory level ceramics classes will try new things while developing technique and skill.
  • Beginners & Beyond: Matthew Smith
  • Wheel: Beginning & Beyond: Georgia Tenore Wednesday AM or Jeanne Carreau Wednesday PM

All Levels
From Beginners to Advanced, students develop technically and conceptually through various focused techniques and topics.
  • Built By Hand: Kelley Donahue
  • Feeling the Figure: Kelley Donahue
  • Home Grown: Ron Geibel
  • Tea Bowl & Ceremony: Keiko Ashida
  • Handmade Tile Exploration: Judith Weber


Intermediate Level Classes
Students who have taken previous ceramics classes will try new things while developing personal vision.

  • Cone 6 with Keiko: Keiko Ashida
  • Dinner Time: Matthew Smith
  • Vessels for Food & Flowers: Harriet Ross
  • Clay Continued: Cory Brown

Advanced Level Classes
Students who have taken previous ceramics classes and honed their skills will think critically, develop of a body of work, advance technical skills and expand knowledge of history and ceramics processes.

  • Focusing on Your Own Clay Vision: Harriet Ross
  • East Meets West: Keiko Ashida
  • Fine Tuned Wheel: Georgia Tenore
  • Evening Sculpture: Ron Geibel
  • Finding Your Voice: Reena Kashyap
  • Digital Media Mondays
Special Topics
Learn something new in these technique oriented special topic classes.

  • INDEPENDENT STUDY
  • Digital Media Mondays
  • Dinner Time: Matthew Smith
  • Handmade Tile Exploration: Judith Weber
  • Tea Bowl & Ceremony: Keiko Ashida
  • Home Grown: Ron Geibel

Class Enrollment & Refund Policy

  • To avoid the disappointment and cancellation of a class, register during the enrollment period. $25 will be added to the price of registrations taken after the early enrollment period ends.
  • Tuition is due in full at time of registration.
  • No refunds will be given once class has started. Prior to this time a refund will be issued, minus a $25 cancellation fee.
  • No refunds will be given for missed classes.
  • Missed classes can be made up in other classes, with permission from the office. Classes cannot be made up in the last week of classes.
  • Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and payment fully refunded.
  • Tuition is non-transferable.
  • In the event of an emergency closing, classes will be rescheduled.
  • Clay, tools and firing fees are not included in tuition, unless noted.
  • Students are asked to give CAC a credit card number to use for firing fees, and permission to charge their card for those fees at midterm and last day of class.

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